Cabinet approves lifting ban on luxury items’ import


The federal cabinet on Saturday approved the Economic Coordination Committee’s (ECC) decision to lift the ban on the import of luxury items.

According to details, the federal cabinet has approved the ECC’s decision to unban the import of luxury items such as cigarettes, chocolate and juices.

According to the ECC’s decision import ban on items such as cosmetics, tissue papers, pet food, fish, footwear, fruits and dry fruits has been lifted.

Furniture, ice creams, jams and jellies, leather jackets, shampoo, sunglasses, ketchup, arms and ammunition, pasta, musical instruments, frozen meat, door and window frames, decoration articles, travel bags, suitcases, crockery and corn flakes can also be imported after the lifting of the ban.—INP


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